hp g61 corrupt bios

November 13, 2011 at 20:27:00
Specs: Windows vista Home Premium, 2.20 GHz/3 GB DDR2 Ram
Ok here is the problem i am having. I have an HP G61 - 420ca laptop with a dual core processor, 3 gb DDR2 Ram, and a 320 GB WD Hard Drive running windows vista 32 bit. when I turn the laptop on i get nothing on the screen at all even hooked up to an external still nothing. The Caps lock light and the nums lock flashes 2 times together. I checked the flash codes on the hp site and it said its a corrupt bios. I tried the hard reset by pulling the battery and power and even the ram several times and holding the power button but still the same thing. How can i fix the corrupt bios issue when i dont have a post? If anyone can hepl me please it would be appreciated.

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November 14, 2011 at 08:38:27
Usually you have to send it back in. I guess you could try this as it can't hurt.
Remove battery and ac power. Press power button a few times or better still leave alone for 24 hours and power back up. See if boot symptoms change.

I guess it is possible in some computers to remove a small battery inside too. It might help to do that when you remove the ac power also. The owners manual may show where that is. Some laptops have it under a small back cover while some have it soldered on to the motherboard where you can't easily access it.

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February 22, 2012 at 16:07:18
what did you end up doing? I have the same issue

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